Luciano Vincenzoni


Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Voi Siete Qui (2011)

Writer (Feature Film)

Malena (2000)
From Story ("Ma L'Amore No...")
Malena (2000)
Story By
Once Upon A Crime (1991)
Screenplay
Venezia Rosso Sangue (1989)
Screenwriter
Blowing Hot and Cold (1989)
Screenwriter
Raw Deal (1986)
From Story
Raw Deal (1986)
Story By
A tu per tu (1984)
Screenwriter
Bonnie e Clyde all'italiana (1983)
Screenwriter
Le Armi e Gli Amori (1983)
Story By
Bonnie e Clyde all'italiana (1983)
From Story
Le Armi e Gli Amori (1983)
From Story
Le Armi e Gli Amori (1983)
Screenwriter
Il Conte Tacchia (1982)
Screenwriter
Orca (1976)
Screenplay
Baby Sitter - Un maledetto pasticcio (1975)
Screenwriter
Baby Sitter - Un maledetto pasticcio (1975)
From Story
The Boss And The Worker (1975)
Screenwriter
Libera, Amore Mio (1974)
Screenwriter
Il Bestione (1974)
Screenwriter
La Poliziotta (1974)
Screenwriter
Three Tough Guys (1974)
Screenplay
Duck, You Sucker (1972)
Screenwriter
That's How We Women Are (1971)
Writer
A Quiet Place in the Country (1970)
Screenwriter
The Mercenary (1970)
Screenwriter
Death Rides a Horse (1969)
Screenwriter
Girl Game (1968)
Screenwriter
The Birds, the Bees, and the Italians (1967)
Story
For a Few Dollars More (1967)
Screenwriter
The Birds, the Bees, and the Italians (1967)
Screenwriter
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (1966)
Story
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (1966)
Screenwriter
The Railroad Man (1965)
Screenwriter
The Railroad Man (1965)
Screenwriter
Seduced and Abandoned (1964)
Screenwriter
Duel of Champions (1964)
Story
... And Suddenly It's Murder! (1964)
Screenwriter
Seduced and Abandoned (1964)
Story
Revolt of the Mercenaries (1964)
Screenwriter
The Hunchback of Rome (1963)
Screenwriter
The Best of Enemies (1962)
Story
The Great War (1961)
Screenwriter
The Great War (1961)
Story

Producer (Feature Film)

Orca (1976)
Producer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

For A Few Dollars More (1965) - He's Tall The "man with no name" (Clint Eastwood) arrives in El Paso and meets the kid Fernando (Antonito Ruiz) then "takes" a room at the inn, in the second film in Sergio Leone's trilogy, For A Few Dollars More, 1965.
For A Few Dollars More (1965) - I Think You People Need A New Sheriff The "man with no name" (Clint Eastwood) finds "Baby" Cavanaugh (Jose Marco) for a poker game, in the second film in Sergio Leone's "Spaghetti Western" trilogy, For A Few Dollars More, 1965.
For A Few Dollars More (1965) - This Train'll Stop At Tucumcari Lee Van Cleef as Mortimer carries the opening scene, identified already as a bounty hunter, Jesús Guzmán the “carpetbagger” on the train, Roberto Camardiel as the station master in Tucumcari (though the real Tucumcari wasn’t established until 1901), in the second film in Sergio Leone’s trilogy starring Clint Eastwood, For A Few Dollars More, 1965.
For A Few Dollars More (1965) - Open, The Bounty Killers Appeared Austere but arresting and unmistakable, a single shot from director Sergio Leone, a single piece of action, Ennio Morricone’s score and the distinctive graphics, opening the second film in the famous Clint Eastwood “Spaghetti Western” trilogy, For A Few Dollars More, 1965 and 1967.
Good, The Bad And The Ugly, The (1966) - You Can Have The Rope Setenza (Lee Van Cleef) sees what's coming as Joe (Clint Eastwood) rescues Tuco (Eli Wallach) from hanging once again, building up toward the three-way confrontation in the desert, the climax in the third film in Sergio Leone's trilogy, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, 1966.
Good, The Bad And The Ugly, The (1966) - How Much Are You Worth Now? The introduction of Clint Eastwood, this time kind-of named “Blondie,” in the final film in the “Man With No Name” trilogy, with some indifference rescuing bandit Tuco (Eli Wallach), Sergio Leone not yet revealing the scam to collect reward money, in The Good, The Bad And The Ugly, 1966.
Good, The Bad And The Ugly, The (1966) - Opening Credits Ennio Morricone's famous score tends to dominate the opening credit sequence for the final film in Sergio Leone's famed "Man With No Name" trilogy, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, 1967, with Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef and Eli Wallach.
Good, The Bad And The Ugly, The (1966) - Standoff Eli Wallach, Lee Van Cleef and Clint Eastwood compete with Ennio Morricone's score and Nino Baragli's editing in this segment of Sergio Leone's famous standoff sequence from The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, 1967.
Good, The Bad And The Ugly, The (1966) - That's Why They Pay Me Hired killer Setenza (Lee Van Cleef) tightens the screws on farmer Stevens (Antonio Casas) and won't be bought off in this early scene from Sergio Leone's The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, 1966.
Good, The Bad And The Ugly, The (1966) - You've Changed Partners Posing as a Union officer, Setanza (Lee Van Cleef) has a thug beat some information out of Tuco (Eli Wallach), which he then uses to propose a new deal with "Joe" (Clint Eastwood) in Sergio Leone's international "Spaghetti Western" hit The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, 1967.
Quiet Place In The Country, A - Are You Happy? Artist Leonardo (Franco Nero) is fantasizing about the recent history of his Italian estate as his agent-paramour Flavia (Vanessa Redgrave) returns, stranger business following, in director Elio Petri's A Quiet Place In The Country, 1969.
Quiet Place In The Country, A - Underwater Television Spectacular credits and first scene, introducing Vanessa Redgrave (as "Flavia") and Franco Nero (as "Leonardo"), from Italian director Elio Petri's off-beat art-horror film A Quiet Place In The Country, 1969.

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